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Stephen Barneby (#47157980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy for several years now. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.

I am retired from both the Army and the Foreign Service, currently living in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
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I deleted mine. You can use my photo. Kathy
Added by kaw on Aug 20, 2014 6:54 AM

Delilah Jane McDade Wright
Memorial 52699334... Delilah was born 17 Jul 1870 in Bradleyville, Taney Co., MO, and died in Springfield in 1963, and is buried in Greenlawn Memorial Garden, Springfield, Green Co., MO. I've added a picture of her gravestone to this memorial, but if you could edit the info to reflect this new information I'd be grateful.
Added by on Aug 19, 2014 10:07 AM
Dan Short
RE: David Plonk Hallman
Stephen, David Plonk Hallman was the father of my grandmother, Ellen Hallman, she married Plato Durm Short, their oldest son, Clarence was my father. He married my mother Irene Mae Bowman, she lived in the Grace Chapel area between Hickory and Granite Falls, NC. David Hallman also had a farm in the general vicinity. My father was living in Hickory when he met my mother. I too am retire military. I had 4 years active duty in the US Army Security Agency in the 60's. I went into the Navy Security Group Reserve Program in the early 80's and retired in 2001. I was born in Charlotte and after 45 years, came back to live and retire here. Tell me a bit more about your family ties to mine and what you are doing these days.
Added by Dan Short on Aug 15, 2014 6:37 PM
judy lakkis
RE: Gertrude Fisk
OK.. That's what I thought..
Added by judy lakkis on Aug 15, 2014 3:38 PM
judy lakkis
RE: Gertrude Fisk
Sure.. You can use the photograph No Problem You called her Judy?
Added by judy lakkis on Aug 15, 2014 3:04 PM
RE: Laura DeMar
You are very welcome. It was a nice day yesterday for a walk through some country cemeteries. Glad I could help you out! Of course you may use that photo in any way you choose. After all, it is your family, not mine!
Added by Vern-O on Aug 12, 2014 11:20 AM
Jan Breshears Thomas
RE: Middletons
I have no objection at all to your use of my photos. Please enjoy.
Added by Jan Breshears Thomas on Aug 03, 2014 10:48 AM
RE: Harriet FOUND
Next time our Oakwood genealogist is doing research at the library I 'll ask him to look through the newspaper files for an obit.
Added by scotdeerie on Jul 18, 2014 2:35 PM
RE: Harriet FOUND
I stopped by Oakwood today and blew a little chalk on Harriet's headstone. (See photo on memorial page.) The dates are still pretty badly damaged but now we know February 1915, you can almost see it. Unfortunately, the burial permit book with her actual date of death is no longer available so you may never know the actual day unless you come up with a newspaper clipping. The Niagara Falls Gazette would be the place to look for the obit.
Added by scotdeerie on Jul 18, 2014 12:25 PM
RE: Harriet FOUND
Her long lifespan fooled me, too. After I got through the burial records for 80 years or so, I figured I had missed her so I would go back and start over. Today I got the bright idea to search for 110 years and there she was. Sorry about that. I should have found her before now.
Added by scotdeerie on Jul 16, 2014 2:09 PM
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